Finally the rights for the unborn become precedent!
One year before I was ordained a deacon of the Catholic Church a decision to allow the murder of innocent, yet unborn babies, became law in this country and eventually a world-wide phenomenon. I as well as many other writers have spoken out against this most atrocious act and today we are able to breathe a sigh of relief that the first active step has given hope to part of our human family. (June 24, 2022).
Unfortunately there will be a severe battle between states where the decision by the Supreme Court has moved to allow individual states the right to allow or forbid abortions. Of course, this is a move that removes federal jurisdiction to this and places it in the legislation of each state.
So even though the federal authority has no part in the rights of individual states to determine the continued act of allowing women to choose the life of their decision to create a child then eliminate a growing human being within a woman's womb this ancient practice of sacrificing their children to the gods has not changed.
At least even one unborn child who is given an unsolicited opportunity to breathe and experience life that person will be ever thankful to be part and parcel of a growing family dedicated to God.
It is difficult to understand how those who fight for the right to eliminate the lives of their own children are alive because their own mothers chose to guard their unborn right to live in a world gone mad over satanic existence.
This article will appear a few days from now but this decision will live in the hearts of a future generation who will be able to stand for the right to life and be able to say I am one who was saved.
I know there are many religious denominations that stand with us (Roman Catholics) but very few if any will suffer at the hands of pro-abortionists for standing up for the unborn. Without Catholicism the initial rights of many centuries of intimidated people regardless of their beliefs have found freedom from persecution and live because of our beliefs.
Ralph B. Hathaway, Human rights begin with a growing fetus!